Education is a process in which individuals grow and mature. Each individual is unique and has God-given talents and abilities that need to be nurtured and developed. As a school community (staff, parents, family and parish) it is important that we lay the foundation for our students to become lifelong learners so that they can become self-reliant and contributing members of our society.
How do we create an environment where we can foster hope and success so that students can take responsibility for their learning? First, by working together as a school community we can build a safe positive environment where students feel secure and where learning is celebrated and risk taking encouraged. Second, I believe that the school should be a positive place where child experiences success, is challenged, and enjoys coming to school. Third, by following the gospel values in our teaching and by our example, " WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE."
As a Catholic School, St. Angela is a school in which God, His truth, and His life are integrated into the entire curriculum and everyday life of the school. It's aim is to introduce the students into a Christian community which is enlivened by the Gospel spirit of freedom and charity; a vibrant living community which does not look in upon itself but looks outward to all without exceptions.
Parents are encouraged to visit the school and take an active role in all aspects of their child's education. We see ourselves as a family and we invite you to journey with us as we work together to provide the best education for our youth.
All the best!
Tony Bairos, Principal